Otakuite+ | Posted 04/23/12 | Reply
i agree it must stay alive!!
Otakuite+ | Posted 04/21/12 | Reply
Thanks, it's working. ^_^
Otaku Eternal | Posted 04/21/12 | Reply
The mailbag must continue!!!!
Otakuite+ | Posted 04/19/12 | Reply
Thanks! I just changed it, I guess my next post (this post) should show the change?
Queen of Mustaches (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 04/19/12 | Reply
wow this was sooo interesting
i wanna read more please do another one
i just now thought of the perfect question hehe....
Otakuite+ | Posted 04/18/12 | Reply
By the way, anyone know how to change an avatar?
Senior Otaku++ | Posted 04/18/12 | Reply
Thanks a lot for not picking my question, hmmm.
Do the mailbag thing again!!! I'll send a new question that makes more sense than my last!!!
Otakuite+ | Posted 04/17/12 | Reply
Yay!!! I was featured! This was great! ^_^
Otaku Legend | Posted 04/17/12 | Reply
I'd be willing to follow this thread whenever it popped up. It certainly promises to be both entertaining and helpful, always a great combination.
The Silent (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 04/17/12 | Reply
To Demon Amber and anyone else who's looking to get into game design, I think the advice given here is quite solid. The only thing I would add is:
When you're looking at colleges and visiting college campuses, try to come up with questions you want to ask of students and any representatives of the college when you're there. One good question could be: "Are there any game design clubs on campus?" My college, Carnegie Mellon University, has a game design club (which I was part of), and I wouldn't be surprised if other college campuses had them, too - what with the prominence of the industry. CMU has a top-of-the-line Entertainment Technology Center game design program, too. If you have any questions about that, feel free to ask me. Of course, I'm biased towards my own college. But ask around when you visit college campuses! Don't be afraid to ask people things when you're there - you must capitalize on the time you have on campus when you're making the rounds. That's what you're there for!
Psychopath (Senior Otaku++) | Posted 04/17/12 | Reply
Now I'm looking forward to the holidays!
Ich such dich unter jedem Stein Wo bist du Ich schlaf mit einem Messer ein
bird nerd. (Otaku Angel) | Posted 04/17/12 | Reply
*sad face about the lack of hockey anime/manga cause I love watching hockey* Yeah, I can't see it as being that popular in Japan...then again, it has enough trouble being popular here in the US. But yeah. Very interesting read here! :)
Strawberry (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 04/17/12 | Reply
This was neat to read. I bet my sister is gonna be happy to see her question posted here and now I'm giddy to see Christmas gifts!! x3x
-those with the biggest hearts hurt the most
Patchwork Rabbit (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 04/17/12 | Reply
I think this would be pretty awesome if ya'll continued this :D
And I have to admit, I didn't think I would like Big Windup!, but it's actually a pretty good anime that I do recommend :3 But yes, I can see how some sport animes/mangas might not go over so well here.
Tea pixie (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 04/17/12 | Reply
That was interesting ^^
Bubblegum'd! (Otaku Eternal) | Posted 04/17/12 | Reply
Haha. I love you Adam.
Senior Otaku++ | Posted 04/17/12 | Reply
Awesome question about hockey manga! :D I'd definitely be a fan of every hockey manga! Go Ahead is the only one I've read though and I had no idea about it till a friend mentioned it to me. I wanna draw a hockey manga!! My dream ^u^
Anyway, as for the questions/answers, this is pretty cool! If you continued, it would definitely be interesting, helpful, and fun :D